I didn’t realize this

A few more notes actually, I’ve forgotten I wrote some more stuff about this Christmas tree thing because I think its significant: The Christmas tree with a red line through it and the caption “tradition is for history”. I think its a perfect demonstration of the delusion of the leftist idealogue. What its saying is that we can live without organic link to our past, to our people, and we can live entirely in the moment. We have no group identity, or culture, and we are all free-floating individuals in the supermarket of life.

And in this sense the feminist progressivist idealogue is actually in agreement with the globalist, the neocon, because they believe in this supermarket of life in which there is no history, there is no identity.

But this is delusion. This idea that we can live like that. And its worth going into this because this is something that has clearly grown up parallel with and intertwined with feminism, this hatred of white identity – because we know should we never attack brown or black traditions. Again, its all about attacking white men. And its delusion.

But it underscores what feminism is about and has always been about: This attack on white men, rooted through their traditions, their education systems, their cultures, their societies, political environments, and their laws.

And now finallly with Cologne feminism is attacking white men through their women, indirectly, using the pawns of Muslims.

Watching more videos by Millennial Woes. I didn’t realize all this stuff with feminism was going on. When he starts talking about some comments or something written by a feminist I think its just some random comment online, but then it turns out these are people with graduate-level degrees which just makes me wonder what the hell is going on. But its not a surprise.

Its sad that academic institutions give money to this kind of destruction and delusion. As a transsexual it also saddens me that some feminists are open bigots.

In another of Millennial Woes videos he explains how “leftists” are rule-oriented and “rightists” are principle-oriented. Leftists are the ones who become the worst totalitarians. They are the ones who create nightmare societies where everyone is supposed to think and act in accordance with “the rules”.

I will never forget the way the “gay” community lambasted the CEO of the Mozilla Foundation – the organization responsible for the creation of powerful Open Source tools like the Firefox web browser – because someone dug into his past and discovered that 8 years ago he had made a small political donation to a group which was pushing against the legalization of gay marriage.

Because we as a society in our laws have said that we value freedom, and one of those aspects of freedom is the freedom to speak freely and to believe what you want – but when it comes to the ultra-liberal gay community that freedom doesn’t mean shit. It turns out that the people who are brainwashed into think that they are somehow at the most progressive edge of pushing for the advancement of human freedoms are in fact the worst offenders of it, the worst stiflers of it, the greatest persecutors.

And that’s only one small example. As a transsexual I constantly witness bigotry and hypocrisy from leftists and its funny because I always find that I am most respected among populations in areas which are considered conservative.

One thing about being who I am – when I am subject to abuse or violation, all the rhetoric and BS doesn’t really matter. When you experience derision, abuse, or violation first-hand on a consistent basis, it does not become some academic consideration. It is reality. And its pretty sickening to watch as people debate what to them are intellectual or social matters while I myself and mostly concerned with – not being fucked with, with simply being able to conduct my business in life like any other human being without – being fucked with, which unfortunately is the norm in places where liberalism, feminism, gay rights, etc. thrive.

It sickens me that anyone would attack me for this, attack me not for beliefs but because of the experiences I as a human being have. Its like they go so far in their treachery that ultimately they attack you for existing. Because I exist I already incur blame from them and that is enough reason, enough justification for them to spew their shit at me.

I also think they despise me because I’m supposed to think like them, but I don’t.

I bet it would be an interesting discussion if Millennial Woes were to have a discussion group with someone like me. He is a brilliant genius with intense insight and I’m glad that he is out there.

And I want to say one more thing about this, about the way I am guilty merely for existing. It is in a way a basic denial of freedom, because my existence isn’t simply allowed to be. To them, my existence is an act. By existing I am guilty of committing an act which then justifies derision and abuse.

Its shocking how much shit people are fed nowadays. I had no idea that this cancer called feminism had become so institutionalized and sick.

I live in an area that is considered one of the meccas of feminism, the gay movement, and multiculturalism and it is basically in a state of meltdown. It is a collapse different than that of Sweden where there are lawless zones. But in a way all those crimes probably occur here only in different ways. The manifestations are different but many of the dynamics are the same.

One thing that sickens me is to see the breakdown of the basic idea that we as a society agree to exist by rules which we all respect in common. It is now the job of liberals to be methodical rule-benders and rule-breakers. Rules – our laws, the principles by which we agree to organize – exist for them to break at will when it benefits one agenda or another of theirs. They are not upholding the foundation of society but demolishing it. Their campaigns for “justicie” or whatever you call it are their justification to smash to pieces the rules and laws that we as society agree to follow.

This is one reason why I support Chevron

News story: Bus Fire At San Francisco Chevron Station Controlled

Many years ago I was at this sustainability conference thing which was kind of cool. I met a number of interesting people there. People had cool products there. I also ate food from a vendor there who has an amazing organic Thai restaurant which I ended up going to many, many times.

I remember one guy was talking and he mentioned that he was going to publishing something about which gas stations are the best/worst. However to my knowledge it never did get published. Then for years afterwards I always wondered: Which gas station actually is the best?

A lot of people like Arco however it turns out that Arco is owned by BP. So for many years I have not gone to Arco. There is another popular chain called Valero but I read somewhere that there are issues with how they treat employees, so I never went there.

There are some chains where it seems like the stations are frequently crappy. Many 76 and Shell stations I have gone to have issues with the water and/or air not working. At many stations you have to get a token from the attendant to use the air/water and to me that is annoying. Some also require that the attendant press a button in order to activate the air/water, which gets annoying if you’re dealing with an overheated radiator or trying to fill all 4 tires and have to keep asking the attendant to push the button.

Still other stations I’ve been to have had issues with the fuel pumps. Sometimes the pumps would suddenly jump out when inserted into the gas tank intake thing, splattering gasoline all over the ground and sometimes the car as well. Some of them do not lock so that you have to stand there holding the nozzle the entire time.

There is one station which I’ve used which to me clearly seems to be the best: Chevron. Nearly every Chevron station I’ve ever been to has had working air and water and does not require a token nor the attendant to press a button. Their pumps almost always seem to work well and do not leak fuel. The stations are clean. The bathrooms are clean. And the staff are nice.

These things all mean a lot to me and are indications that Chevron is a well-run company. If they are running their company well in these ways, it indicates to me that they are likely to run other aspects of their business well.

For example I do not know about best practices with respect to the actual design and or maintenance of underground fuel storage tanks, but that is a very important aspect of a gas station. If the underground tanks leak then, over many years it can create serious contamination. There are also other considerations, such as the transport of fuel from refineries to stations.

And, as indicated in the video clip for the news story above, the station staff are well-trained in dealing with emergencies. I love the response of the attendant in the video and how confident he was in knowing exactly how to respond in an emergency situation.

All of these factors then have led me to conclude, in the absence of any further information, that in fact Chevron is the best gas station, and I am happy to pay a slightly higher price for fuel knowing that the staff are well-trained, the stations are well-maintained, and that the services are always available.

Europe is collapsing fast

Sweden is now the rape capital of the world. Yes, Sweden. This has been completely blocked out of the news by Big Media – by the oligarchy – in the United States. Completely.

Burned at the stake by the PC cult – Maybe this is a good video to start:

Sweden has collapsed. The country has had an avid policy of welcoming vast hordes of Muslim migrants, who have created dozens literal no-go, lawless zones throughout the land where even the police do not go.

Swedish women now have a 1 in 4 chance of being raped in their lifetimes and 77% of the rapes are commited by Muslims. Male Muslims account for only 2.2% of the country’s population. In neighboring Norway’s capital Oslo, 100% of the rapes are committed by immigrant, non-western men and 9 out of 10 victims are white, Norwegian females.

There have been vast numbers of “unaccompanied refugee children” entering Europe, many of whom disappear after entering. I put it in quotes because in fact many if not most are not children but men who are lying about their age. In many cases the lies are absolutely egregious yet permissive government policies have forced government workers to rely on verbal statements from these so-called “children” about their age.

Start researching this. You will find that the situation in Sweden and Europe is terrible. Native Swedes, French, Germans, and others are predicted to become a minority within their countries within a generation.

People need to wake the fuck up.

Europe needs revolution now!

WARNING! THIS VIDEO BELOW IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO WATCH AND CONTAINS VERY DISTURBING IMAGES.

In this final video, near the end of the video a Swedish politician gives an intense and highly provocative speech from what appears to be a lectern in a legislative chamber of its national government:

MDMA for therapeutic use?

There were a couple news items about another study being done on the use of MDMA for psychological therapy. There is a problem with MDMA. Yes, for a time it has the effect of a pleasant “high” with feelings of goodness, warmth, even intense spirituality.

But the other side of it is dark: Feelings of being low, coldness, blocked, depression. In the coming-down phase – which can stretch for days after its use – a person is as much or more prone to negative feelings as they were to positive ones during the relatively short time that they were experiencing the “high”.

There’s a further problem with it however which concerns me the most: I believe that one of the effects of MDMA use, one of the types of damage it inflicts, is that it damages emotional resilience. Emotional resilience is a critical aspect of psychological health and well-being. It is the ability to easily handle even difficult or stressful situations.

But one of the effects of MDMA is that it messes up emotional regulation and resiliency. Even relatively small experiences can trigger highly negative emotions, even months or perhaps years after taking it. Another way to put this is to say that use of MDMA makes one crash-prone. By crash I mean emotional crash.

To be clear, what I mean is that the use of MDMA changes something physiologically in the human brain whereby the response to stress is permanently altered. This physiologic change has psychological consequences, but the change is physiologic, not simply psychological.

If you pay very close attention to your emotional states not just during and in the weeks immediately after using MDMA, you will notice that there is a lingering, long-term effect of weakened emotional resilience in which it is more easy to crash emotionally. This is the real price paid for using MDMA, not the “crash” phase of the immediate aftermath which is obvious. It is this subtle, long-term damage to the way the psyche handles things which is a real problem.

While there is a lot of focus on the “high” and the come down from MDMA, I think the focus should be on long-term emotional resiliency.

I believe that it is possible for the brain to recover but not easily and only after a long time. My guess is that most people who have used it will never fully recover their emotional resiliency to what it was before they ever used the drug. But yes, depending upon how much of it was used, how well one maintains ones health, and other factors, it is perhaps possible to mostly recover.

I would NOT recommend trying to use MDMA for therapeutic reasons. There are far, far better options. There are states that can be attained relatively easily through meditation which far exceed the “high” from MDMA and which not only does not cause damage, it actually strengthens the psyche and the soul.

This really did make me laugh so hard I cried

This is one of the funniest videos ever:

I also found this one which is really hilarious:

“Indoctrinating them at this young age…”

Indoctrinating them at this young age at the expense of real academic learning is child abuse. It really is.

I fully, 100% support Ayla and what she stands for and I admire her greatly for having the courage to speak out on imporant topics. Thank God for people like her. I’m glad that there are signs of awakening in response to the outrageous level of collapse that is occurring.

I like the end when she says to bypass all the brainwash crap they are trying to program kids with and put on a Bach CD. Amen!

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